YONKERS, N.Y. -- Police are searching for a male suspect in the latest Yonkers bank robbery during which a man entered a Citibank on Monday afternoon, Oct. 27, and left with an unknown amount of cash.
“We are working closely with the FBI to see if this is related to any other bank robberies in our area,” said Detective Lt. Patrick McCormack, public information officer for Yonkers police.
The suspect, who is about 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet tall, entered the bank at 86 Main St. just before 12:30 p.m. Monday wearing a ski mask, gray hooded sweatshirt and gloves, and slid a note to a bank employee demanding cash.
He then fled on foot with the cash.
Police recently charged a 17-year-old with robbing a Webster Bank on McClean Avenue and a Chase bank on Main Street on Oct. 10 and 14.
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